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Eugene Higgins preaches on “God’s love for His enemies” from Rom 5:6-10. When Christ came to earth He was “hated without a cause”, rejected and slain. All of us, from birth, are at enmity with God due to the miserable and sinful state we find ourselves in by nature – a nature that manifests itself in wicked words, thoughts and deeds. Yet, God loved us even when we were enemies! Mr Higgins uses the story of Jim Elliot as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 27th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on the loving, living and lasting words of Christ – the wonderful Saviour. The words of Christ teach us what is of ultimate value, what is life’s ultimate peril, and provide – to those who rest on them by faith – ultimate assurance. Mr Higgins uses the life story of Fanny Crosby as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 26th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on John 3:16. “God loved” – an incredible fact. “that He gave His only Son” – an incomparable act. “That whosoever believeth” – an intelligent act. “Has everlasting life” – an indisputable fact. Listen carefully as he explains how it is dangerously easy to turn “believing” into a “work” – a very common mistake made by people who have an intellectual grasp of the gospel but remain lost and in the dark. Mr Higgins uses the life story of Henry Nott as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 25th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on the glorious certainties of the gospel. In a world where life is uncertain, the future is unforeseeable and nothing lasts, the gospel presents absolute unshakeable certainty. You can KNOW you are saved and bound for heaven, based on the work of Christ and the Word of God (the Bible). Christ’s atoning work was “for all sin”, “for all time” and “for me”. Mr Higgins uses the life story of Michael Faraday as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 24th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on the barriers a sinner faces in coming to Christ (deterrents, despair, deception, death), and “the burdens that Calvary removes”. He uses the life story of John Bunyan and his book Pilgrim’s Progress as the springboard for this message. The challenge? “Will you leave your sin and go to heaven; or will you have your sin and go to hell?” Click here for the handout (Message preached 23rd June 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on “how you can become a child of God”. Your starting point is to realise that you are both a “child of disobedience” and a “child of wrath” (Eph 2:1-3) – facts that few people are willing to accept. Several common misunderstandings are cleared up in this very helpful message, as the way of salvation is spelt out in profound yet simple terms. Be sure to listen carefully right to the end. Mr Higgins uses the life story of Mary Slessor as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 22nd 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches a solemn and soul-searching message based on an expression in the Bible (from Zech 3:2) which he applies to people who have been saved – they are “brands plucked from the burning”. Have you ever been saved from going to hell? Ending up in hell is a real danger, an imminent danger, an extreme danger and an irreversible danger. Be sure to listen carefully to this powerful warning. Mr Higgins uses the life story of John Wesley as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Messsage preached June 20th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on the uniqueness of Christ and the uniqueness of His death on behalf of sinners. Jesus Christ is a Sovereign who stands alone; and a Saviour who stood alone, when He bore the judgment of God against sin on the cross. He uses the life story of Athanasius as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 19th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches on 4 mentions of “whosoever” in the Bible. The whosoever that once meant me (John 8:34); the whosoever that would have been me (Rev 20:15); the whosoever that now means me (John 3:16), and the whosoever that still means you (Rev 22:17). Mr Higgins has some vital things to say about the unchangeable corruption of the human heart; about the need to strive to enter the narrow gate, and about the danger of being left behind when the Lord returns. He uses the life story of F.S. Arnot as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached June 18th 2017)

Eugene Higgins preaches about the death of Christ at “the wondrous cross” – an event which provided both the greatest revelation of our ruin as sinners, and the strongest repudiation of our own righteous efforts to save ourselves. Why did Christ have to suffer and die if we could get to heaven by our own efforts? He uses the life story of Isaac Watts as the springboard for this message. Click here for the handout (Message preached Jun 17th 2017)

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